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Partial Solar Eclipse Saturday in Southern Hemisphere – Info On Future Solar Eclipses

Getting ready for the coming great total solar eclipse in the United States in little under two years on April 8, 2024–the first eclipse in 2022 is going to be a partial solar eclipse, which happens Saturday in the southern hemisphere. The path of this partial solar eclipse is not visible at all from anywhere…Read more Partial Solar Eclipse Saturday in Southern Hemisphere – Info On Future Solar Eclipses

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Photos & Video: Friday’s Total Solar Eclipse – Future Eclipse Information

This was an excellent satellite view of an eclipse not viewable by naked eye, unless you happened to be in portions of Antarctica. A treat nonetheless for the satellite view, so I am sharing photos and clips from the event. Last Friday night to Saturday morning’s path was from mostly over the continent of Antarctica.…Read more Photos & Video: Friday’s Total Solar Eclipse – Future Eclipse Information

Recap of the June 10th Annular Eclipse – Info on Future Eclipses

I’m posting these nice photos of the solar eclipse on June 10th, which was visible in the sunrise hours starting out of the United States winding across Greenland, past south of the North Pole going into Russia east of Siberia. Satellite Imagery of the June 10th Annular Eclipse: Photo courtesy of National Environmental Satellite, Data and…Read more Recap of the June 10th Annular Eclipse – Info on Future Eclipses

Wrap-Up of the Recent Eclipse – Info On Future Eclipses

I’m posting these nice photos of the solar eclipse on Monday, which was visible across a narrow path of the South Pacific, Chile, Argentina and the South Atlantic. Photo courtesy of National Environmental Satellite, Data and Information Service Photo courtesy of National Environmental Satellite, Data and Information Service The 2020’s Solar Eclipses Date Event December…Read more Wrap-Up of the Recent Eclipse – Info On Future Eclipses

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Videos: April 30th Partial Solar Eclipse in Southern Hemisphere + Info On Future Solar Eclipses

While we are waiting for the coming great total solar eclipse in the United States in little under two years on April 8, 2024–this first eclipse in 2022 was extra special precursor–a partial solar eclipse, which happened Saturday in the southern hemisphere. The path of this partial solar eclipse was not visible at all from…Read more Videos: April 30th Partial Solar Eclipse in Southern Hemisphere + Info On Future Solar Eclipses

Solar Eclipse at Sunrise This Morning – Info On Future Solar Eclipses

A treat for persons to our north from Chicago. The path is from Canada through Greenland and over the polar area in the Arctic Ocean into Russia for the sunset. The annular eclipse will never be in totality, so it is unsafe to view the eclipse, even at sunrise for too long. Direct viewing is…Read more Solar Eclipse at Sunrise This Morning – Info On Future Solar Eclipses

Super Blood-Moon and Lunar Eclipse – Info On Future Eclipses

A treat for persons from California and points out west and further are in for a photographic gem tonight: A Super Blood Moon and Lunar Eclipse. The whole event lasts the total time of 3 hours and  7 minutes. The start of this major event is starting at 3:47 a.m. CDT which is a little…Read more Super Blood-Moon and Lunar Eclipse – Info On Future Eclipses

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Photos of the Partial Lunar Eclipse – Full Beaver “Blood Moon”

This is a photographic wrap up of the partial lunar eclipse that started at 12:02 a.m. and ended at 6:01 a.m. CDT on 11/19/2021. What a long event, as the whole event spanned over a six hours and one minute time period throughout the nighttime hours on Friday morning. This happens when the moon enters…Read more Photos of the Partial Lunar Eclipse – Full Beaver “Blood Moon”

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Photos of the Total Lunar Eclipse – Full Flower “Blood Moon” – 5-15-22

A photographic wrap up of the recent total lunar eclipse that was seen in the Americas, Europe and Africa. The eclipse started at 8:32 p.m. on 5/16/2002 and ended at 1:50 a.m. CDT on 5/16/2002. The totality started at 10:29 p.m. and ended 11:53 p.m. on 5/16/2002, with maximum totality at 11:11 p.m. The whole…Read more Photos of the Total Lunar Eclipse – Full Flower “Blood Moon” – 5-15-22

Full Flower Moon, a “Blood Moon” and Total “Prime Time” Lunar Eclipse – Tonight

There is a treat for everyone in the Americas, Europe and Africa and points close to these land masses are in for a photographic gem tonight: A global event called the total lunar eclipse. The Full Flower Moon event lasts the total time of 5 hours and 19 minutes, and the totality stage lasts 1…Read more Full Flower Moon, a “Blood Moon” and Total “Prime Time” Lunar Eclipse – Tonight